Venture capital-backed Ezetap, a mobile payment startup in India, raised $8 million for its Series B round from Helion Advisors, Social+Capital and Berggruen Holdings, TechCrunch reported.
Benchling, a startup backed by YCombinator, SV Angel, Founders Fund, Draper Associates and other angels, bridges biotechnology and computer science with their DNA editing software.
New York, US-based event ticket aggregator TiqIQ bagged $1.7 million in a funding round led by Stonehenge Growth Capital to develop its product that predicts best ticket prices and availability for sports events.
Blackstone, Khosla Ventures, Fairhaven Capital and a group of private investors invested $20 million in the Series B round of cybersecurity firm Cylance
Hubub, a startup based in Toronto and New York, obtained $8.5 million in its Series A round participated in by a number of private investors for their platform that enables users to participate in thematic discussions, TechCrunch reported.
Suffolk, UK-based construction supplier SEH Group obtained £9.4million in funding from Lloyds Commercial Banking under the government's Funding for Lending Scheme (FLS) to support its growth and expansion.
Cybersecurity startup ThreatStream has secured $4 million in a Series A funding round led by Google Ventures and participated in by Paladin Capital Group, Cloudera's Tom Reilley and Hugh Nijemanze of ArcSight, TechCrunch reported.
North Carolina, US-based lower middle market capital provider Triangle Capital Corporation invested $14.8 million in Des Plaines, Illinois-based environmental protection and hazardous waste handling firm Justrite Manufacturing Company LLC.
CloudLock, a cloud security startup that has already raised $28.2 million so far, will be launching CloudLock Selective Encryption at the 2014 RSA Conference in San Francisco next week, TechCrunch reported.
Texas, US-based private equity firm Rock Hill Capital Group invested an undisclosed amount in Oklahoma City-based firm Park Energy Services LLC to support its vision of growth and expansion.
After 12 years in the industry, New York, US-based local group network Meetup closed an undisclosed amount in its second funding round from three major investors to allow some of its employees to exercise their expiring stock options.
Cloud-based payroll application provider ZenPayroll obtained $20 million from General Catalyst Partners and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers for its Series A round, TechCrunch reported.
K-12 learning analytics company Renaissance Learning secured a $40 million investment from Google Capital, the investment arm of search giant Google that concentrates on late-stage deals, TechCrunch reported.
myTomorrows, a startup based in the Netherlands, got $2.2 million in additional funding from friends and family to give patients with critical conditions access to development-stage therapies, TechCrunch reported.
The venture capital arm of Tokyo-based Internet firm Rakuten, Rakuten Ventures, led the Series A round for Singapore-based ViSenze which raised $3.5 million, TechCrunch reported.